Honorable Kelly Hancock, Chair, Senate Committee on Business & Commerce
Jerry McGinty, Director, Legislative Budget Board
HB3746 by Capriglione (Relating to certain notifications required following a breach of security of computerized data.), As Engrossed
No significant fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.
The bill amends the Business & Commerce Code relating to certain notifications required following a breach of security of computerized data.
The bill would require that persons who are required to provide notice of a data breach to the Office of the Attorney General must include in the notice information disclosing the number of affected residents to whom a disclosure of the breach has been provided by mail or other direct method. The bill requires the Office of the Attorney General to post on its website a comprehensive listing of all data breach notices received by the Office of the Attorney General within 30 days of the office's receipt of such notice. The posting would exclude any reported sensitive personal information.
According to the Office of the Attorney General, any additional work resulting from the provisions of the bill could be absorbed within current resources.
Local Government Impact
No significant fiscal implication to units of local government is anticipated.